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I am giving a number of talks over the next month, from Wigtown to Brussels, on issues from moralism to populism, from atheism to multiculturalism. Do come along if you are able.


5 October

‘The Quest for a Moral Compass’
Wigtown Book Festival
ScottishPower Foundation Marquee
Wigtown Square

Details and tickets from the Wigtown Book Festival.


11 October

‘Multi-faithism, Multiculturalism and Citizenship’
Secular 2014 Conference
Tower Hotel
St Katharine’s Way
London E1W 1LD

This panel is part of a conference on the Religious Right, Secularism and Civil Rights. Other speakers on the panel include Aliyah Saleem, Chris Moos, Elham Manea, Marieme Helie Lucas and Taj Hargey. Details and tickets from Secularism 2014 conference.


19 October

‘Our morals, their moralism?’
Battle of Ideas
The Barbican Centre
Silk Street
London EC2Y 8DS

A discussion about the nature of moral judgment in the modern world. Other speakers include Alister McGrath and Hannah Dawson. Details and tickets from the Battle of Ideas.


23 October

‘Why I am an atheist’
Trinity College
Stoke Hill
Bristol BS9 1JP

My annual lecture to theology students on why I am an atheist.


5 November

European Parliament
Ardennestraat 2
1000 Brussels

Meeting organised by the European Liberal Forum to launch new book on populism in Europe (for which I have written the preface). Other speakers (and contributors) include Wouter van der Brug, Matthew Goodwin, Sjoerdje van Heerden and Clara Sandelind. More details to come.

One comment

  1. Alka

    Hi Kenan,
    Good luck with the tour. Used to live v. Near Wigtown, lovley place, do go to Galloway
    Forest if you get chance – it is stunning.
    Bw Alka

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